Antioch has several scholarship opportunities for new students. Criteria may vary, so be sure to review each scholarship listing to determine your eligibility. For more information about Antioch’s scholarships for new students, contact the Financial Aid Office at 206-268-4010, toll free at 888-268-4477 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for the applications.
$4,000 Antioch University Seattle Student Excellence Scholarship — This scholarship recognizes an outstanding scholarship applicant each quarter.
$5,000 Berglund Family Scholarship (Awarded Fall Quarter) — Made possible from the Berglund Family Endowment. This scholarship is awarded to a female student entering the B.A. Liberal Studies or M.A. Psychology programs with demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to single mothers.
$5,000 Antioch University Seattle Board of Trustees Scholarship (Awarded Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters) — Made possible from donations from the AUS Board of Trustees. This scholarship is awarded to an exemplary student with leadership potential and who is committed to community service and social, environmental, and economic justice.
First Peoples’ Scholarship - Full Tuition plus $2,000 quarterly stipend — Antioch University Seattle offers a limited number of scholarships for Native American, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian students. This is an exciting opportunity made possible by a grant to the University. The scholarship will be awarded for full tuition and a stipend of $2,000 per quarter through Spring 2014. Priority will be given to students who will complete their degrees by June 30, 2014. This scholarship requires you to give back to Native people in some way during your course of study.
Jane Addams Community Scholars Program – $4,000 plus $500 project seed money (Fall Quarter) — The Antioch University Seattle B.A. Degree Completion Program seeks dynamic students who are self-starters and want to make a difference in the community by working with the homeless in the Belltown area. For 15 years, the Women’s Education Program of Antioch University has served homeless and near-homeless women by providing weekly meals, community and classes. The new Jane Addams Community Scholars Program will offer students an opportunity to expand and develop this program through a year-long internship. Students selected will receive a $4,000 scholarship disbursed $1,000 per quarter beginning Summer 2013 and ending Spring 2014. They will also have a $500 budget to use as seed money for their projects, and will receive the support of the Women’s Education Program Coordinator.
$2,000 National Service Scholarship — This scholarship is for new students who have contributed to one of the following national service programs: AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and VISTA. If you are a full-time AmeriCorps member, or are an AmeriCorps, VISTA or Peace Corps alumnus who has completed at least one year of full-time service, you may be eligible for a $2,000 scholarship that can be renewed for a second year. For more information, contact the Admissions Office.
$1,500 Presidential Scholarship (Awarded Fall Quarter) — Made possible through Antioch’s Scholarship Endowment, this scholarship is awarded to a new graduate student entering fall quarter. Antioch gives the scholarship to a student who has demonstrated a commitment to civic engagement. It is renewable for a second year.
$1,250 Corretta Scott King Scholarship (Awarded Fall and Spring Quarters) — This scholarship assists students of color in attaining their dream of a meaningful education while recognizing their previous achievements and their future leadership potential. Antioch is committed to creating an inclusive environment in which every student believes in the power of education to achieve his or her fullest potential as a global citizen living a life of meaning and purpose.
$1,000 AUS Expressive Arts Scholarship (Awarded Fall Quarter) — This scholarship recognizes outstanding students entering our M.A. Art Therapy or M.A. Drama Therapy programs.
$500 Melba Leet Scholarship (Awarded Fall Quarter) — Based on financial need, this scholarship was established by Elizabeth Hungerland in honor of her mother-in-law. This scholarship is awarded to a single mother newly enrolled in a Graduate Education Program.